Kenya Breweries Limited’s spirit brand, Kenya Cane, hosted the Greats’ Fest cultural extravaganza in Narok town over the weekend.
The event featured a blend of food, locally inspired cocktails, and live music performances by local artists.
Highlights included performances by King Laiso, Ayrosh, Simply Yaba, DJ Lyta, DJ Signal and MC Patrick Lelion.
The event also recognized Paul Ole Sopia and Joel Koirag, who were selected from the brand’s “Greats search” activation for their contributions towards their greatness.
The cultural extravaganzas, which began at The National Museum in 2022, have been hosted in various locations across Kenya – Nakuru, Thika, Kisumu, Mombasa and Kitui – to showcase the country’s rich cultural diversity.
The brand continues to celebrate Kenyans working towards their own greatness through the Greats Toast Twice campaign.
The ‘Greats Toast Twice’ campaign embodies the spirit of ambition and perseverance that defines every individual on their journey to greatness. It is a celebration of sweat, determination, and raw ambition that propels us forward, one step closer to our dreams each day.
“The Narok Greats Fest has been a vibrant showcase of the rich Maa culture and people, a reminder of how beautiful our cultures are,” Kenya Cane Brand Manager Davis Changalwa said.
“We are on a mission to celebrate the heart and soul of Kenya through our regional activations and will continue to curate more experiences to celebrate our rich cultural diversity.”
Kenya Cane is a smooth, triple-distilled vodka made from fermented sugarcane, first produced in 1976.